Weblogs in Denmark

For an internal Capgemini presentation I collected these links to give an update on blogging in Denmark. On the web, blogging has become a powerful factor.

Also, I referer to these international blogs and articles.

UPDATE Jan 24, 2006: I see McDonald’s now has officially started blogging. Via BusinessWeek Online.
Other links and resources: Wikipedia article on Blogs (also available is a Danish article), Bloggers Blog: Fortune 1000 CEO’s not blogging, Over 100+ official corporate blogs., Blog Herald claimed 50+ million blogs worldwide.
Technorati a blog search engine tracking 20.6million blogs (as of writing).

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5 Responses to “Weblogs in Denmark”

  1. Innovation Itch Says:

    References from the blogosphere…

    The blogosphere is starting to pick-up references to the BlogPodium. An easy way to track a lot of the references is via a special feature from the Technorati blogsearchengine that shows references to a specific web address. Check here for…

  2. Jesper Rønn-Jensen Says:

    Here’s another angle on blogging. Aparently an advertising agency invented a fictive person and a blog to market Cillit Bang. This fictive person left comments in other peoples’ blogs (to spread the word and make links).

    In this example, the idea completely backfired. I’m totally overwhelmed by the amount of flames and negative feedback that the fictive person has created.

    I think this is a very profound look into the psychology of weblogs and the weblog community. Read more on Tom Coates’ blog “plasticbag”:

    On Cillit Bang and a new low for marketers
    An apology from the Cillit Bang team
    A few odd bits of detective work

  3. Jesper Rønn-Jensen Says:

    Just a little piece of information: Robert Scoble mentions that Microsoft has over 2,000 bloggers. I think that’s an amazing number!

    From Are you an RSS addict?

  4. Jesper Rønn-Jensen Says:

    From The Long Tail is a link tracking Fortune 500 blogs:

    In collaboration with Socialtext, we’ve created a wiki that tracks which of the Fortune 500 is blogging. We found that only 3 4% of the F500 are doing so. Check it out here.